A good technique to resolve problems where the editing or saving of a WooCommerce product fails is to start fresh. This is best done by recreating the scenario you are dealing with but with minimum requirements.
WordPress and WooCommerce are in a constant state of update. This is good, updates keep your site stable. If all your WordPress site components are built modular and there is no overwriting of files, the updates will kee... Read More
Sometimes custom fields fail to save. As a possible solution you can try and increase the max_input_vars which was introduced in PHP version 5.3.9. The default value for max_input_vars is 1000, which means that if your form has h... Read More
In an attempt to empower every one to be a little better when it comes to troubleshooting their WordPress / WooCommerce site: Here is a flow chart that displays the steps I take in many (not all) sup... Read More
Sometimes you cannot update a WordPress or WooCommerce plugin via your backend using the auto update option. It happens. My advice: ignore it and update manually. Only if the issue persists and the lack of auto update is starting to annoy you multiple tim... Read More
Conflict in WordPress can be caused by your active theme. If your layout looks out of place or crooked, you should try and see how it looks with a default theme like Twenty Sixteen or Storefront. The fastest way to do so is using the WordPress built in th... Read More
When using WordPress as a MultiSite installation, only Super Admins can access Plugin and Theme management. After creating a user, you can grant them super admin rights by visiting their profile and checking the “Super Admin” box:... Read More